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Action Plan Template Intel ISEF 2009 Educator Academy May 2009. UNITED KINGDOM. High Level Goals. Build on success of Big Bang Science and Engineering Fair 2009

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Action plan template intel isef 2009 educator academy may 2009

Action Plan TemplateIntel ISEF 2009Educator AcademyMay 2009

UNITED KINGDOM


High level goals
High Level Goals

  • Build on success of Big Bang Science and Engineering Fair 2009

  • Increase number of project entries from 186 to 250 for 2010 Fair in Manchester, and further growth thereafter, in a sustainable manner

  • Wider reach of schools beyond early adopters, to include schools from underserved areas

  • Build programme of Regional Fairs


Objectives
Objectives

  • Increase visitors to 15,000 in 2010Raise awareness among schools, increase no. of schools expressing interestExpand age of competitors to 11-19 yr olds (from 13-19 yr olds)

  • Achieve growth of entries from 186 to 250;

  • Involve XXX schools from underserved areas

  • Run a feeder fair in each of the 12 regionsCreate a consistent structure across all regions, measured against Big Bang feeder criteria



Intel isef educator academy
Intel ISEF Educator Academy

Reflection

  • Positive

    • Sharing Experience of people who have run fairs from around the world

    • Learnt about structure and methodology, BKMs (e.g. Shoptalks)

    • ISEF sets benchmark for quality, scale and international presence

    • Inspirations from other countries, opportunities to network

  • Negative:

    • US-centric approach

    • Not enough opportunity for discussions, sessions too short for it

    • Create some interaction with students, e.g. students’ panel (us listening to them)

    • Team Building activity, external activity (e.g. visiting schools)


Optional pictures slide
Optional Pictures Slide

  • If you would like to include a picture or a small group of pictures of your team experiencing the Intel ISEF Educator Academy, please do so on this slide only.


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